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    Lens is the only without a missing player.

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    Thank you for that, very useful information. On first sight it looks like Lyon could have troubles in defense so their games could become tricky. It would be interesting to see how Toulouse will deal with the loss of their (usually) regular wing backs Sylla & Akpa Akpro even though I doubt things will change at all (not defensively at least). Bordeaux without Khazri might lose a bit of their edge too, especially if we consider set piece situations. Sane could be a problem and even though the other absentees are not regulars it would still take off their squad depth a bit (in midfield that is). It looks like Lille would also become even more average with the missing of 3 regulars, one from each line, although I'm not sure if Mendes could be considered 'regular' but he could still shake things up in offense. teams like guingamp, metz and lorient should generally have it harder too but i already got tired of writing. others shouldn't experience that much of a change quality-wise in my opinion

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      Originally posted by f1ght3r View Post
      Thank you for that, very useful information. On first sight it looks like Lyon could have troubles in defense so their games could become tricky. It would be interesting to see how Toulouse will deal with the loss of their (usually) regular wing backs Sylla & Akpa Akpro even though I doubt things will change at all (not defensively at least). Bordeaux without Khazri might lose a bit of their edge too, especially if we consider set piece situations. Sane could be a problem and even though the other absentees are not regulars it would still take off their squad depth a bit (in midfield that is). It looks like Lille would also become even more average with the missing of 3 regulars, one from each line, although I'm not sure if Mendes could be considered 'regular' but he could still shake things up in offense. teams like guingamp, metz and lorient should generally have it harder too but i already got tired of writing. others shouldn't experience that much of a change quality-wise in my opinion
      The biggest blow IMO is for Reims. Lille is in a deep criris and the boriest teams of the Ligue 1. Other teams should be affect moderatly.

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